Over the weekend, I read most of Coach McCartney's book titled, "Blind Spots". The book is okay, but there was one thought that really struck me. Right before he quit coaching, he talked about having a moment when he asked himself, "Have I become the man that my wife thought she was marrying?" My wife and I have a great marriage, but that question really hit a nerve for me. Am I putting the effort I need into my marriage and home? Are there "Blind Spots" that are keeping me from being "the Prince Charming" she thought she was marrying? Are you being the person that your spouse thought that they were getting? Are you being the leader that your followers thought they were following?